Written for the patient and smallholder, this book explains the reasoning behind homeopathic medicine and provides practical advice on treatment and management across the whole range of diseases and conditions that a farmer is likely to encounter in cattle. It also points out when qualified veterinary help must be sought. This book covers 142 homeopathic remedies of value in cattle, with reference to the particular symptoms and signs for which their use may be indicated. This is followed by an A-Z of disease syndromes, with pointers to the remedies which are likely to be effective in each situation. The author emphasizes that animal welfare is of overriding importance and that good nutrition and management provide a necessary framework for the use of homeopathy no less than for any other therapy. He recognizes the importance of conventional veterinary medicine where the need for palliation is great and does not discourage the reader from combining it with homeopathic medicine if the well-being of an animal would be best served in this way.